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Niterider Minewt Pro 750 Headlight

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Niterider Minewt Pro 750 Headlight

The MiNewt Pro 750 is the first compact LED lighting system to pump out 750 lumens! The new, highly efficient LED, allows for this amazingly high lumen output while minimizing heat build up. The 2012 MiNewt Pro 750 features a completely redesigned headlamp allowing for all power control to come from the headlamp versus the battery pack. All of this comes in a package weighing less than 230g. The MiNewt Pro 750 proves once again, great things come in small packages.

Run Time:
  • 1:30hrs high (750 lumens)
  • 2:30 hrs med (500 lumens)
  • 5:00 hrs low (200 lumens)
  • 10:00 hrs walk (100 lumens)
Charge Time: 3:00 hrs

Other Features:
  • Flash Mode
  • 2x Li-ion battery (7.4v / 2600 mAh)
  • 255g
Includes:
  • LED Headlamp
  • Li-Ion Battery
  • 3 HR Smart Charger
  • Helmet Mount
  • Handlebar Mount – Fits up to 31.8mm
  • Custom Reflector
  • Extension Cable
4.8 / 5.0
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Worth the cost.
After several thousand miles on the trainers in the basement for several years, I couldn't take it anymore. Last year I bought my wife a Niterider Trinewt light for commuting and began riding outside at night with that, which was great, but a hassle to keep moving the light between the bikes. Bought this light from Jenson and it is a significant upgrade.

I use the 500 lumen setting and that provides a fantastic amount of light on dark unlit roads. Oncoming traffic always dim their high beams when facing this light, but I haven't been flashed yet either.

The battery is small, but would require I think at least a 140mm stem to fit there. It works great on the top tube, but the provided extension cable you need to use is pretty long. They provide velcro fastners that, once you figure the right placement for, tuck the excess cord away neatly.

The light is not inexpensive, but is a very good deal for what you get.
October 20, 2012
Location:
Cobleskill, NY
Good Lighting For Unlit Trails or Roads
Puts out good light on unlit trails. Got the 350 version a year ago that's adequate for streets with lighting but a little weak for dark, unlit trail riding. The three-level light power option is useful for providing just the right amount of light needed. I personally like the head unit separate from the battery unit. I've had headlight mounts break from the stress of battery weight and constant bumpy riding. I mount the battery on the front of the seatpost and the extension cable provided makes that easy.

PROS: Helmet/Removable mount, Great visibility, Rechargable

BEST USES: Trail riding, Front headlight, Night commute
August 5, 2014
Location:
Scottsdale, AZ
You want light?!!
I got this light so I could ride at night during the shorter winter days, and during the summer when the temps are three digits. I ride mostly bike lanes and bike paths on a TREK 7500. I also use this bike as my commuter. At full power (750) the battery is good for about 1 1/2 hours; at the lower setting it's good for 3+ hours. The light is bright/white and renders good contrast and colors so it's easy to see whatever junk or hazard is in front of you. Also there is no doubt that you will be seen by cars and pedestrians! The battery mounts separate from the beam so a hard bump doesn't spoil the setting like some heavier lights with self contained batteries. The whole set up is well made and shows excellent quality; however it may be a bit expensive for some but it's also very easy to switch from bike to bike (I have three) so you can argue that you really only need one headlight setup. Even at the 300 lumen setting there's plenty of light for most settings; I use the higher setting for our bike lanes. They're poorly lit and It's easier to pick out the runners and walkers wearing ear buds. I haven't tried it off road yet but I'm guessing it will be just fine. Don't forget to add a bright tail light!

PROS: Mounts to bars easily, Easy to move bike to bike, Excellent bright beam

CONS: May be pricy for some

BEST USES: Any type of night riding, Commuting
February 27, 2012
Location:
Henderson Nevada
Good, bright, light
Light works great. Mainly use helmet mount. Extension cord is great. Keeps heavy battery in camelbak.

PROS: Long battery life, Great visibility, Low battery indicator, Rechargable, Helmet/Removable mount
July 9, 2013
Location:
Tucson,az

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